Giveaway & Recipe: Coconut Red Curry Peanut Stir Fry

Coconut Red Curry Peanut Stir Fry

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup firm tofu, diced
  • 1 large carrot, diced
  • 1 small onion, diced
  • 5 cremini mushrooms, sliced
  • 1.5 cups frozen edamame
  • 1T coconut oil
  • 1T coconut peanut butter (can substitute half coconut butter/half peanut butter or just use peanut butter)- win your own Coconut PB below
  • 1T red curry paste
  • 2T soy sauce, tamari or shoyu
  • 1/2T vegetarian oyster sauce
  • 1T arrowroot powder mixed with 1/4 cup of water
  • 1t garlic powder
  • 1/4 cup of dry roasted peanuts

Directions:

  1. In a wok over medium high heat melt the coconut oil and coconut peanut butter together.
  2. Add in the red curry paste and stir fry together for about a minute.
  3. Add in all the remaining ingredients EXCEPT the peanuts and cook for 7-10minutes until the vegetables are soft.
  4. Add in the peanuts at the end.  Serve with your favorite rice or noodles.

To make this recipe I used Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil and Coconut Peanut Butter.  The coconut peanut butter is rich and creamy tasting and works really well in this dish.  The peanut butter flavor is not overwhelming but is rather great combined with the coconut.  I found that this is not an easily spreadable butter but is great on warmed foods such as oatmeal, stir fries, noodles, and sweet potatoes.

“Tropical Traditions Organic Coconut Peanut Butter is made from organic peanuts and organic coconut. Two ingredients: nothing else! No fillers, no binders, no sweeteners, and no preservatives. The peanuts are 100% organic Valencia peanuts grown organically by family farmers in New Mexico and Texas. Grown in the dry climate of the southwestern United States, these peanuts are certified organic and free from aflatoxins. The dried coconut is certified organic coconut meat from the Philippines from coconuts that are grown with no fertilizers or pesticides. This premium dried coconut contains no additives or preservatives, and is not sweetened. Unlike most dried coconut on the market, our dried coconut products are not treated with sulfites to keep them white. Together, these premium organic roasted peanuts and the premium organic dried coconut are ground together to make a delicious and nutritious spread!” soucre

Tropical Traditions Giveaway- Please Enter by 8am on February 26, 2010

To win your own jar of Tropical Traditions Coconut Peanut Butter visit the Tropical Traditions website and take a look around- leave a comment on my blog telling me something you’ve learned or about a product that interest you.

Additional Chances to Enter

  1. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions email Sales Newsletter here:http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/subscribe_for_special_sales.cfm(Leave me a comment saying you did)
  2. Tweet about this giveaway – “I want to win @Troptraditions Coconut Oil from @cookveganlover http://wp.me/ppaTI-vQ
    (Leave me a comment saying you did)
  3. Follow me @cookveganlover on twitter (Leave a comment saying you did)
  4. Visit Tropical Traditions Free Coconut Recipe websitehttp://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/ and leave a comment telling me what your favorite recipe is.
Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

Giveaway Winner is:

hihorosie // February 24, 2010 at 6:32 PM | Reply (edit)

How can one ever go wrong when there’s coconut involved? But there are a couple of recipes that catch my eye: coconut ice and Coconut Peanut Butter Cup Hot Cocoa. YUM!

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63 responses to “Giveaway & Recipe: Coconut Red Curry Peanut Stir Fry

  1. wow, I didn’t know there wasn’t an industry standard for the use of the word “virgin” on coconut oils.

  2. The coconut cream concentrate and coconut flour both look great! I love all coconut products 🙂

    They also have a great selection of unscented cleaning and body care products I would love to try sometime

  3. I’m subscribed to their email newsletter

  4. Following you on twitter @the_vegster

  5. My favorite tropical traditions recipe is most certainly Michele’s Inside out coconut pb cups!! They look so delicious and easy to make!!

  6. The inside out PB cup recipe I have on my list of things to try
    evan@foodmakesfunfuel.com

  7. I looked on their site and loved the grassfed beef(thought I posted this; not sure why it didn’t show up)
    evan@foodmakesfunfuel.com

  8. cookingforaveganlover

    (via @gomelissago) Coconut Red Curry Peanut Stir Fry Recipe & Coconut Peanut Butter Giveaway: https://cookingforaveganlover.wordpress.com/ via @cookveganlover

  9. cookingforaveganlover

    (via @375ToGo) RT @cookveganlover Coconut Red Curry Peanut Stir Fry Recipe & Coconut Peanut Butter Giveaway: https://cookingforaveganlover.wordpress.com/ #>

  10. I would love to try their coconut peanut butter!

  11. I subscribed to their news letter

  12. tweet tweet @lilearthmuffin

  13. Coconut pancakes are sounding pretty tasty right now 🙂

  14. Coconut peanut butter!! That sounds like the best thing ever…that takes my two favorite foods and mixes ’em all together. Holy crap. And on their website, I see they have coconut chips and coconut flour!!! I love this company! Enter me please!!

  15. Just subscribed to their newsletter.

  16. And I already follow you on Twitter.

  17. The Creamy Pina Colada Dreamsicles sound amazing from their website. I miss dreamsicles!!

  18. Well, besides this jar of coco-bp, I’ve been interested in their foaming soap (love soaps) and their skin exfoliators. They must smell amazing!

  19. I’m currently a subscriber to their newsletter. 🙂

  20. I just tweeted via @hihorosie

  21. And I’m a twitter follower too.

  22. How can one ever go wrong when there’s coconut involved? But there are a couple of recipes that catch my eye: coconut ice and Coconut Peanut Butter Cup Hot Cocoa. YUM!

  23. I tweeted!

  24. i follow you on twitter

  25. i want to make the coconut ice

  26. I had no clue that they made coconut chips 🙂

  27. ah, and I subbed to their newsletter…now I’ll be tempted with coconut all the time

  28. I think the coconut flour looks like something that would be helpful in low carb baking, which would help with my blood sugars.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

  29. I subscribe to the TT newsletter via email.

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

  30. I’d like to try the Dutch Baby recipe!

    socorrokpa at yahoo dot com

  31. Wow!! I didn’t know that they select bloggers to sponsor these giveaways…I checked their site….what a win/win for everyone!! Love it!! I’d love to join in on that fun sometime…I love coconut, coconut oil etc…and of course TT!

  32. The coconut whole wheat peanut butter brownies look great!! I love coconut in evrythg!!

  33. I am now following you on twitter

  34. I am now subscribed to their newsletter

  35. First I learned that there are no industry standards for virgin olive oil, but regarding coconut oil, I learned that true Virgin Coconut Oil can only be achieved via non-copra.

  36. I learned that the peanut butter is aflatoxin free ; )

    murphymelina@gmail.com

  37. I subscribed to their news letter

  38. I already subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter.

  39. Set up a twitter account so that I can tweet about your giveaway.

  40. I hope to try the Oat Cakes recipe. I don’t like coconut, but love cooking with the oil.

  41. Thanks for posting this! I would love to win it!
    Love,
    Miss Hannah

  42. Now following you on twitter!

  43. On TT’s website, I just learned how easy it is to make coconut milk.

    luvmyspringer at hotmail dot com

  44. I am subscribed to TT’s sales newsletter.

    luvmyspringer at hotmail dot com

  45. I think one of the recipes on TT that appeals to me the most is the new one “Coconut Peanut Butter WW Brownies”.

    luvmyspringer at hotmail dot com

  46. I checked out the website…that Coconut Cream Concentrate looks so amazing!

  47. Just perused the recipes, too… it’s a toss-up between the Coconut Peanut Butter Whole Wheat Brownies (which is just BEGGING to be veganized!) and pretty much all of those yummy-looking smoothies!

  48. The product that interests me is palm shortening…healthy fried food.

  49. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions email Sales Newsletter

  50. Follow you on twitter

  51. My favorite recipe is Cream of Cauliflower Soup.

  52. Their soaps sound intriguing!

  53. I already follow you on Twitter! (at)galabytes

  54. I was surprised to see they have raw pet food! Makes me think twice about what I’m actually feeding my pup. Coconut PB sounds so good.. please enter me!

  55. I already follow you on twitter 🙂

  56. There are so many amazing sounding recipes but one I’d love to make is the coconut oil fudge!

  57. I just subscribed to their newsletter too!

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